On this day

On this day, in 1866, a fire destroyed Mill storehouse in Victory estimated $110,000 loss. In 1890, A train derailed near Gates Station. In 1929, a fire destroyed the lower portion of Caplan & Sons clothing store on Broad St. In addition in 1929, smoke did damage furniture store of F. W. Beach, which was south of Caplans & Sons. In 1955, the Broadway theatre was gutted by fire. In 1966, the Knights of Columbus held Pre-Lenten party. In 1980, the Lake Placid Winter Olympics opened. In 1996, the last payment was made on the Quaker Springs firehouse. In 2001, the Town passed a resolution opposed to using Saratoga Lake for the City of Saratoga Springs water supply. In 2007, the Town recognized emergency service providers for help during the January power outage. 
On this day is a chronological timetable of events that occurred on this day in history around the Town of Saratoga. Discover what happened today in local history by subscribing to our blog at http://ift.tt/2czXtwq
 (Thank you to Deputy Historian Patricia Peck for compiling this timetable.)

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